With my own wedding only a fortnight or so away, one aspect which really excites Ruth and myself is bringing cinematographer, Roland Mihalszky over from Hungary to film the day. We came across his work quite by chance and he immediately went on to the 'must have' list.
I ultimately don't plan to upload our own film to the blog, but at the same time want to draw attention to Roland's skill for not just his on-the-day work, also his editing and understanding of how a soundtrack can add another significant layer to the footage.
In the example below the way the music builds during the evening dancing is very clever. The capture of tiny moments especially wouldn't be out of place in a carefully crafted Tomas Alfredson movie. His cuts flow with grace and attention to detail, all effortlessly telling the story.
Watch and enjoy. I would suggest it's the woman with the cigar which makes it art...